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Women’s Alliance hosts school tours of Freedom Center’s Men of Change

Students from Aiken High School tour the Men of Chance exhibit. Photo by Dan Yount By Carole Cutter Hawkins  Women’s Alliance  Women’s…

New Banks music venue to be named after local music icon

Photo shows rendering of the planned Andrew J Brady ICON Music Center at The Banks. Photo provided By Rich Walburg …

Dr. Glenda Glover to be keynote speaker at Alpha Kappa Alpha Founders’ Day Luncheon

Contributed by Cincinnati Chapters of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority The Cincinnati Chapters of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, will celebrate the…

South African beauty queen crowned Miss Universe 2019

@StacyBrownMedia Zozibini Tunzi said she grew up in a world where a woman who looks like her was never considered…

Cecil Arvid Humphries Sr. was involved in community projects in Covington, KY

Contributed by the Family  Cecil Arvid Humphries Sr., affectionately known as “Mr. Poke,’’ who was involved in many community projects, died at his home…

Precision Blendz wins $10,000 Ford Fund Barbershop Challenge

Michael Thomas Jr. and Tommy Mays, owners of Precision Blendz celebrate winning the Men of Courage Cincinnati Barbershop Challenge. Photo…

House impeaches President Donald J. Trump

Special to the Trice Edney News Wire from NorthStarNewsToday.com (TriceEdneyWire.com) – The U.S. House of Representatives – on a party…

Region’s largest universities join Cincinnati 2030 District

Contributed by 2030 District Greater Cincinnati’s three largest universities – University of Cincinnati, Xavier University and Northern Kentucky University –…

Tobacco 21 policy fully in effect in Cincinnati

States with a tobacco sales age law 21. Provided by American Lung Association By Marla Hurston Fuller  Director, Communications   and Governmental Relations  Cincinnati Health Department …

City officials plan to name street after former Herald Publisher

Herald Staff  Two members of the Cincinnati City Council members are working on plans to pay tribute to a pioneering African American woman.  Councilmember P.G.…